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Thursday, April 4

Exhibit -- Remembering Lalo

Remembering Lalo: Abelardo Delgado, Chicano Activist and Poet. The exhibit includes photographs, clippings and some of his famous literary works.

Engineers for a Sustainable World 2019 Annual Conference

Engineers for a Sustainable World Annual Conference brings together the brightest minds in sustainability, design, and engineering to find solutions to the...

Film Screening: "Uno veinticinco;" "The Land is Rich"

Film Screening: Uno veinticinco; The Land is Rich Both films by Estuary Press Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019 Place: Liberal Arts Building, Room 318 Time:...

A PIECE OF OUR MIND: Posters by Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding

A Piece of Our Mind is a retrospective of graphic artists Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding (Scorsone/Drueding) who have have been designing posters together...

Convergence: New Contemporary Painting from Thinkspace, LA

This exhibition features a series of paintings by emerging and established artists associated with the New Contemporary Art movement – a return to realism...

SECTIONS: New Cities, Future Ruins at the Border

New Cities, Future Ruins (NCFR) is a four-year curatorial initiative inviting artists, designers, and thinkers to re-imagine and engage the extreme urbanism...

Where the World Met the Border: El Paso's First Ward

“Where the World Met the Border” tells the stories of a place, El Paso's 1st Ward. This is the story of El Paso’s first neighborhood: a fronterizo commercial...

Find High-Res Images & Art

This workshop reviews several different free sources where you can download high-res images and art without infringing on copyright. Free coffee & snacks...

Becoming American: "Promise and Prejudice"

BECOMING AMERICAN A DOCUMENTARY FILM AND DISCUSSION SERIES ON OUR IMMIGRATION EXPERIENCE Every week from March 28th to May 2nd March 28th 5pm "The Century...

TAM Conference | UTEP: Where the World Meets the Border

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is a uniquely international campus, with thousands of students crossing the border from Juarez each day. It is...

Thursday, April 4